Two New Reflections Songs
2013-10-08 by Kyyzen | 6 Comments
Reflections have posted two new songs from their sophomore album, Exi(s)t, due out October 22nd.

The songs, 'My Cancer' and 'Bridges' (guitar play-through only), can be checked out here:
http://www.guitarworld.com/exclusive-play-through-video-reflections-bridges
Tagged: Reflections

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tresm87
October 8th 2013
1068 Comments


band is boring

Digging: Fit For A King - Slave To Nothing

tacos N stuff
October 8th 2013
376 Comments


indeed they are

KSK1
October 8th 2013
4089 Comments


Album title alone makes me not want to listen to this

MadMikeLove
October 9th 2013
653 Comments


bad. no soul, weak songwriting, just fuck.

whatshisname
October 9th 2013
179 Comments


Hella talented guitarists but the vocals/lyrics kill it for me

trilogique21
October 11th 2013
421 Comments


more like the production (and 000000). how this band cannot get a good producer is beyond me



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